Successors of smileys, emoji (from the Japanese e “image” and moji “letter”) – also called emoticons in Spanish – are gradually establishing themselves as a form of language in their own right, especially among the youngest. The EmojiWorks company offers to make them directly accessible from the keyboard.
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The American company EmojiWorks thus offers three versions of its special emoji keyboard: the Emoji Keyboard offers 47 emoticons directly accessible for a price of $49,95; the Emoji Keyboard Plus doubles the number of emoji for $74,95; finally, the Emoji Keyboard Pro goes up to 120 emoji for $99,95. Add an additional $10 for delivery.
The keyboard works via Bluetooth on Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.1+, iOS 9.1+ for iPad and iPhone, but also on Windows 10. It is powered by 2 AAA batteries (included) and you will need to install the EmojiWorks software supplied with the keyboard. device to operate it. If you want to punctuate your conversations with tacos, little cats and other prankster ghosts in record time, you can now pre-order your emoji keyboard, which should be delivered in December.
If the question of the real usefulness of such a tool is legitimate, especially given the high price of the device, it is interesting to note the increasingly important place taken by images in written communication. We can, for example, bring the design and use of this type of keyboard closer to the stickers and gif applications available on Facebook.